Synopses & Reviews
Known to millions as the preeminent swashbuckler of the silver screen, Errol Flynn was a complex man who lived a life far more adventurous than any of his films. In My Wicked, Wicked Ways, Flynn reveals himself to be a self-aware and cosmopolitan devotee of excitement and pleasure. With gusto, he recalls his years as a soldier of fortune in the South Seas, his trip to war-torn Spain, his battles in Hollywood with studio honchos (Jack Warner was a particular nemesis) and ex-wives (esp. Lili Damita), and the furor surrounding his trial for rape in 1943. Freely mixing verbal abuse and tall tales with candid confessions, Flynn's autobiography makes for one hell of a read.
This book, illustrated for the first time with two dozen photos, reveals an introspective and enigmatic personality previously hidden behind a hedonistic facade.
Hero to millions who loved him as Robin Hood and Captain Blood, Errol Flynn lived a life that surpassed any adventure that he ever filmed. Many of his exploits were made public for the first time in this autobiography, completed just a few months before his death at age fifty.
My Wicked, Wicked Ways, illustrated for the first time with two dozen photos, reveals an introspective and enigmatic personality previously hidden behind a hedonistic facade.
Scandalous film star Errol Flynn tells all in this autobiography, detailing his pre-Hollywood career as a mercenary, and his trial for rape in 1943.